With less than 24 hours to go before making his college choice, Puyallup, Wash., offensive lineman Joshua Garnett said he’s still undecided about where he’ll play his college ball next fall.
“I still don’t know. I’m serious, I don’t,” Garnett said. “I have two great choices in Michigan and Stanford, and I’m still trying to figure out where the best fit for me is. Honestly they’re even in so many ways, both have great football programs and are great academically.
“I have great relationships with the players at both schools and the coaches. I like the system at both schools, and I like the opportunity to play early and make an impact. I’m just going to pray on tonight and hopefully when I wake up in the morning, it will be crystal clear and I’ll be able to make my decision.”
In addition to the Wolverines and Cardinal, Garnett also visited Notre Dame and canceled visited to Oklahoma and Miami. He’s among the most heavily recruited lineman in the nation and is currently rated the No. 3 guard and No. 44 player in the nation.
His announcement is set for 3 p.m. PT and despite saying he’s still undecided, the feeling is the Cardinal are the team to beat at this time.